Carolyn Koehnline - Clearing Clutter as a Sacred Act

How to clean up your life and your clutter and be mindful in the process.

When clearing your clutter becomes overwhelming, it helps to approach it with a mix of reverence and playful exploration. Carolyn Koehnline is your gentle guide in this warm and accessible gathering of original essays, poems, practical actions, writing prompts, and illustrations. She invites you to honor the transitions you’ve traveled while gently helping you access the inner resources and clarity you need to move forward.

"In our stressful, stuff-filled world, Carolyn Koehnline's inspiring and wise book arrives as a breath of sanity. Helping us to reflect on our relationship with both inner and outer clutter, she guides us to let go of what no longer serves our souls. Illustrations, journal prompts, and reflections are beautifully spaced and paced to create a sense of calm and ease. I loved this book." - Mary Reynolds Thompson, author of Reclaiming the Wild Soul: How Earth's Landscapes Restore Us to Wholeness.

Carolyn Koehnline is a local Bellingham author, artist, psychotherapist and the creator of Gentle Approach Coaching. She specializes in supporting clutter clearing, transitions, and tending an artful life. Carolyn has two other books: Confronting Your Clutter and The Bear's Gift.

Clearing Clutter as a Sacred Act: Essays, Poems and Practices Cover Image
$15.95
ISBN: 9781732954304
Availability: On our shelves now at one or more of our stores
Published: Village Books - November 30th, 2018